The Mother of All Boards
At this point, it's just us and the motherboard. One of the first things you'll notice is the long line of RAM chips on the far-right side of the board. The stock IIc came with 128KB of RAM, which was plenty for most Apple II applications of the day. Natively, the 6502 could address only 64KB at a time, so bank switching hardware was needed to take advantage of anything above that.